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Journal:   A RESEARCH QUARTERLY IN MILITARY MANAGEMENT   SPRING 2015 , Volume 15 , Number 57 ; Page(s) 82 To 101.
 
Paper: 

IDENTIFICATION OF COMMANDERS’ WORTHINESS IN THE UNITS OF BRIGADE OF STUDENT AT IMAM ALI MILITARY UNIVERSITY

 
 
Author(s):  SHABANI RAZIE, HOJJATI AKRAM, GHORBANI REZA
 
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Abstract: 

This study was an attempt to identify the commanders `worthiness in the units of brigade of student at Imam Ali Military University from senior students ` point of view. The study was conducted in terms of exploratory- factor analysis and descriptive study. For this purpose, 80 participants including senior students of Imam Ali Military University were selected based on accessible sampling method and formula of sample size determination. In a bid to identify commander`s worthiness in brigade of student of Imam Ali Military University from student`s point of view, questionnaires were administered among participants in order to collect required data for data analysis. Data analysis was run through exploratory- factor analysis and its validity was assured in terms of content while the reliability was estimated using Cronbach Alpha method releasing 0.86 The findings orderly revealed that the effective factors on commander`s worthiness are following priorities, respectively: the first factor: logical thinking (7.222) with 15 indicators, the second factor: being open to criticism (4.233) with 4 indicators, the third factor: academic attitude (4.155) with 8 indicators, the fourth factor: innovation (3.983) with 7 indicators, the fifth factor: strategic management (3.412) with 3 indicators, the sixth factor: team work and joint management (2.639) with 3 indicators have been identified as the most effective factors affecting commander`s worthiness and these six factors indicated 64.11 percent of total variance.

 
Keyword(s): WORTHINESS, COMMANDERS, IMAM ALI MILITARY UNIVERSITY, STUDENTS
 
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